How are archivists and archives evolving to adapt to technological developments and the information explosion? What other disciplines have a stake in the archival teaching and practice? What are the common versus the unique interests among archivists and records or information managers? Author Jennie Hill's timely new reader examines the roots, current state, and forward progress of archives and records management, and gives professionals the essential keys to remaining current and relevant in the 21st century. Future of Archives and Recordkeeping has four main sections covering these unique themes: Defining archives; Shaping a discipline; Archives 2.0: archives in society; Archives in the information age: is there still a role for the archive professional?' Hill's straightforward approach to crucial new developments in the field will prove to be an invaluable resource for students pursuing a degree in Archives as well as archive professional who wish to refresh and examine their understanding of this evolving profession.
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Jennie Hill is Lecturer in Archives and Records Management at the Department of Information Studies, Aberystwyth University.Review :
the book gives a voice to the changes that have influenced the profession and looks to the past and to the future to see where the profession has been and where it might be headed. It is ideal for those looking to rejuvenate their archival practice. --Archival Issues, 2011
"This book could benefit any professional in records and information management, knowledge or library management, history, or research. It provides an intense and thought-provoking mix of theory, practice, and philosophy....If you have ever wondered where archives come from, what their destiny is, what meaning could possibly carry in constantly changing cultures that sometimes cherish different, if not opposite, memories, values, and future aspirations, The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping will be a short, but rewarding, read." --The Midwest Book Review, January/February 2012
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